Corpus ID: 17326683

Field deployments of the MESSAGE system forenvironmental monitoring

  title={Field deployments of the MESSAGE system forenvironmental monitoring},
  author={R. North and J. Cohen and S. Wilkins and M. Richards and N. Hoose and J. Polak and M. Bell and P. Blythe and B. Sharif and J. Neasham and V. Suresh and F. Galatioto and G. Hill and I. Mead and R. Jones and A. Beresford and Haibo Chen and K. Ropkins and P. Goodman and C. Oates and J. Tate and Narasimha Ballijepalli},
  journal={Traffic engineering and control},
  • R. North, J. Cohen, +19 authors Narasimha Ballijepalli
  • Published 2009
  • Engineering
  • Traffic engineering and control
  • This paper describes how the technologies developed in the MESSAGE project have been deployed in a series of real-world experiments to examine the relationship between transport and air pollution. Three different sensor systems have been developed to allow deployment on infrastructure, people and vehicles for both short and long term studies. This paper describes the field trials conducted using each of these systems in turn. The initial conclusions regarding the coordinated use of these… CONTINUE READING

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